09-16-2004, 11:55 PM
Has this happened to you????
Where, you are not the "boss" anymore??? :mad:
Gees!! I even get in these situations with grilses!! :Eyecrazy:
09-21-2004, 11:23 AM
Its called getting your butt kicked! :lildevl: It happend to Jerry and Brian as well as myself.
P.S. Its a wonderfull thing !!!!!
09-21-2004, 11:48 AM
I see you are not on one of the photos....... :confused:
Were you runnng after your fish??? :Eyecrazy:
Nice pics, Charlie!!!
Photo: Dartmouth yesterday afternoon...
So, how's the fishing in Buffalo... Are the levels, okay????
09-21-2004, 02:19 PM
They always have me taking the pictures. I'm not allowed to be in them. Just camera shy I guess. :cool:
As for the fishing in buffalo, forget it. Those hurricanes keep sending rain up here. And blowing out the rivers in the area. I was in Montana last week anyway. I fished there and had a good time.
10-16-2004, 12:54 PM
These pictures were taken on the Miramichi September 28, 2004. A hen salmon, of approximately 17 pounds, took me running down the river, I stepped on a slippery, round rock and fell right on my a--. My guide, Boyd Underhill, helped me up and we finished the battle. The salmon was only a mile from tide water and covered with sea lice. Although it was a fresh fish, it was on the dark side as are all late September Miramichi salmon.
10-16-2004, 01:33 PM
Hi Mr Fletcher!!
There you are!!!!!!
I had no news, I figured you were somewhere fishing!!
Nice photos!!!! And great catch!!
Don't forget the pre-seasons !!!
Have a great Winter!!
Ann, (old thread, but just found it),
Happily ... yes. We have a nice sea run brook population here, so freinds will often connect (mostly grisles) on trout gear.
Jack here had his hands full in the BigPool in 2002 with this 62.5 cm grisle (mesured it) on a #4 full flex trout rod. (he also stopped complaining about me waking him up at 04h30...